Teruzane Utada

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Teruzane Utada
宇多田照實
Born (1948-07-21) July 21, 1948 (age 66)
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Composer, Arranger
Instruments Guitar, Drums
Associated acts Hikaru Utada
Keiko Fuji
U3

Teruzane Utada[1][2] (宇多田 照實 Utada Teruzane?, born July 21, 1948) is a Japanese music executive producer and attendant.[3][4]

He married Junko Utada (Keiko Fuji) and worked as her attendant.[1] Their daughter and only child is the singer Hikaru Utada, one of Japan’s most successful pop music singers of all time.[3] The couple have been married and divorced to each other seven times.[5] He is currently his daughter's attendant.[6]

Teruzane Utada was born in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Yamaguchi Tokuji town Fujiki. He fought in the Vietnam War. Depending on the producer, Utada also uses the names Sking U, Utada Sking Teruzane, Utada Skingg Teruzane.

Musical Works[edit]

Only Lyrics[edit]

for Joe Hisaishi[edit]

  • 1986: THE WINTER REQUIEM (album: CURVED MUSIC)
  • 1986: A RAINBOW IN CURVED MUSIC (album: CURVED MUSIC)
  • 1989: MEET ME TONIGHT (album: PRETENDER)
  • 1989: TRUE SOMEBODY (album: PRETENDER)
  • 1989: WONDER CITY (album: PRETENDER)
  • 1989: ALL DAY PRETENDER (album: PRETENDER)

Composer: Joe Hisaishi

for J-WALK (now named "THE JAYWALK")[edit]

  • 1987: YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO ALIVE (album: Owari no nai natsu)
  • 1987: BELIEVE ME (album: Owari no nai natsu)

Composer: Izumi Tsunehiro

Only Composer[edit]

for U3[edit]

  • 1993: STAR (album: STAR)
  • 1993: Ikirukoto o oshiete kureta (album: STAR)

Co-writer by SKING U & RA U.

for Keiko Fuji[edit]

  • 1994: Sake ni you hodo (single: Sake ni you hodo)
  • 1997: Otome (single: Otome)
  • 1997: Daite… (single: Otome)

Co-writer by SKING U & RA U.

Singer[edit]

U3[edit]

  • 1993: Umareta toki kara I Love You (album: STAR)
  • 1993: New York Serenade (album: STAR)

Co-writer by SKING U & RA U.

Keiko Fuji with Cubic U[edit]

  • 1996: Tsumetai tsuki 〜 nakanaide 〜 (single: Tsumetai tsuki 〜 nakanaide 〜)
  • 1996: Golden Era (single: Tsumetai tsuki 〜 nakanaide 〜)

Co-writer by SKING U & RA U.

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